12:26 AM, Friday, December 13
"Our biggest concern is that our students are going to leave for two weeks and be hungry,” said Tommy Bice, superintendent of the Alabama Department of Education, in a school board meeting Thursday.
Lawmakers seek to shutter little-used education foundation
08:07 PM, Monday, July 29full story
Police quiet on autopsy results for 5-year-old; Two charge...
06:56 PM, Monday, July 29full story
Anniston man convicted of worker's compensation fraud
05:23 PM, Monday, July 29full story
Telethon this weekend to benefit scores of local families
09:02 PM, Sunday, July 28full story
First pro race held at Coldwater trails draws hundreds
08:35 PM, Sunday, July 28full story
Corporate dentistry criticized for unethical practices, un...
04:13 AM, Sunday, July 28full story
Death row population growing as juries and judges choose e...
03:41 AM, Sunday, July 28full story
Special education at a crossroads: State scales back inspe...
03:05 AM, Sunday, July 28full story
Police investigating death of 5-year-old Anniston boy
08:30 PM, Friday, July 26full story